International MBA: News from India and beyond

As Program Head Dr. Graham Jackson explained, regarding the spirit of the International MBA (Focus: Asia) program, “We see our goal as preparing the next generation of managers in Israel to cope with and succeed in a changing and challenging global environment. Our emphasis is on doing business in India, China and Japan, because East Asia and South Asia are the regions that will determine the global economic future and offer the most opportunities for business cooperation and expansion.”

This is exactly what the program has been able to accomplish, and recently it has gained international accolades for its achievements. The International MBA program at the University of Haifa International School was ranked in the top ten programs of its kind offered by business departments in Eurasia and the Middle East. This ranking was given by EdUniversal, a global ranking agency specializing in higher education. EdUniversal annually checks more than 4000 MBA and other Master’s program in Management in 154 countries worldwide.

In addition, the International MBA (Focus: Asia) has been awarded for its work with Institute of Management Technology (IMT) in India. Dr. Graham Jackson received IMT’s award for faculty exchange from Dr. Jayanthi Ranjan, Head of International Relations, IMT, Ghaziabad, India.

This is a very exciting time for the International MBA program here at the University of Haifa, and we look forward to kicking off another successful year in October.

Interested in learning more? Please see the Program website. For any questions you may have, please contact us at infograd@univ.haifa.ac.il.

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